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All images on this page may be downloaded and reproduced for use in print and digital media, with the following restrictions:

  • Credit must be given as indicated in the descriptive text for each image
  • The Acadia centennial logo may be used only to illustrate articles, features, or news items in print and online periodical publications about the 2016 Acadia centennial celebration. To obtain a high-resolution file of the Acadia centennial logo for print media use, please contact editor@friendsofacadia.org.
  • The Acadia centennial logo must be reproduced with the TM symbol included.
  • Other uses of the Acadia centennial logo (including print books, e-books, and merchandise) must be licensed. How to license the logo »

In addition, the National Park Service website has public-domain historic photos and B-Roll video footage available for download here »

Acadia National Park Centennial Logo TM

Acadia National Park Centennial Logo. For media use in conjunction with coverage of Acadia’s centennial. To license the logo for all other commercial uses, go here »

Eagle Lake and North Bubble Mountain

Eagle Lake and North Bubble Mountain, seen from the north end of Eagle Lake. Friends of Acadia photo.

Gorham Mountain

Gorham Mountain in late autumn sun. Dorr Mountain is in the background. Friends of Acadia photo.

Great Head

Great Head, looking across Norwood Cove and the pink granite ledges of Ocean Drive. Friends of Acadia photo.

Jordan Pond Gate Lodge

Jordan Pond Gate Lodge in fall. Designed by architect Grosvenor Atterbury, this historic building was one of two gate lodges built for Acadia by John D. Rockefeller Jr. Friends of Acadia photo.

Mount Desert Island

Silhouette of Mount Desert Island from the waters off the Cranberry Isles. Friends of Acadia photo.

Otter Cliff in Winter

Otter Cliff and Cobblestone Beach in a new snow. Friends of Acadia photo.

Bubble Pond Carriage Road

Bubble Pond carriage road in fall. Friends of Acadia photo.

Champlain from Dorr Mt

Champlain Mountain from Dorr Mountain in spring, with Frenchman Bay in the background. Friends of Acadia photo.

George B. Dorr

George B. Dorr on the Beachcroft Path, on Huguenot Head. NPS/Archive photo.

George B. Dorr and Charles W. Eliot

Acadia National Park Founders George B. Dorr and Charles W. Eliot, beside Jordan Pond. NPS/Archive photo.

Path Committee, 1923

Path Committee at Jordan Pond #1 Sept 1923 (L-R: Joseph Allen, W.H. Buell,Fred D. Weeks,Prof. C.H. Grandgent,Wm. J. Turner, T.A. Mac Entire, George Dorr). NPS/Archive photo.

Acadia National Park Staff

Acadia National Park Staff in front of the park headquarters building in downtown Bar Harbor (now the Dorr Museum and located at College of the Atlantic in Bar Harbor) [L-R: Grace Oaks, Audra Tarbell, Chief Clerk, Ralph Douglas, Chief of Maintenance, Joe Conroy, Ben Breeze, Landscape Architect, Carl Novak, Chief Clerk, Maurice Sullivan, Naturalist, Benjamin Hadley, Supt, William Campbell, Motorcycle Patrol, George Dorr, 1st. Park Superindent, Orient Thompson, Ranger, Dick Sherman, Kathleen Stevens, Superintendent’s Secretary, Serenus Rodick, Liaison attorney between NPS and Rockefeller, Natalie Appleby, Dana Young, Dorr’s Chauffer]. NPS/Archive photo.

Mrs. Kane and George Dorr, Hiking

Mrs Kane and Mr Dorr on Kane Path. NPS/Archive photo.

Mather Party on the Precipice

Members of a visit of National Park Service officials to Acadia, possibly Stephen Mather and Jarvis B. Hadley, with George B. Dorr on the Precipice Trail on Champlain Mountain. NPS/Archive photo.

George Dorr with friends

Mr. & Mrs. Marlitt and Mr. Dorr. NPS/Archive photo.